A collection of stuff from this blog, plus new material! This is 97% content from this blog, with a few longer stories shoved into it, but hey, now you can reread all the fiction and poetry and whatnot without having to come here, anytime you want! Available on Payhip https://payhip.com/b/BXgS
My first novel from 2015! Fern Walters is a well respected herbologist, and has more than enough money to live on for the rest of her life. Then, one night, in a drunken sadness, she burns down her childhood home. Soon, she’s entrenched in the life of her estranged mother, a witty bartender and a bubbly feminine activist. YOU RUINED EVERYTHING is a story of failure, family, purpose, loneliness and accepting that you probably won’t be happy. Available on Payhip. https://payhip.com/b/v5ZS
(2018) SAD STORIES FOR UNHAPPY PEOPLE collects 7 brand new short stories, plus 2 bonus short stories, by Maggie Taylor! From a little girl who rides a raptor, to time traveling lesbians to simply trying to get a garment of clothing back from your ex, these stories run the gamut from the strange and odd to the horribly mundane. So come along on these new short stories, and don’t forget to get sad. https://payhip.com/b/6OLf
(2016) Milly Barnes is 11 years old and just lost her mother. After she tries hurting herself, her father becomes worried for her mental health, but she quickly finds solace in a new friend at school named Velma, a young artist named Chad, and a ghost living in her house named Milton, who says he just wants to help her. MILLY & THE GHOST is a story about losing what was the most important thing in your life, and doing whatever is necessary to keep moving forward, even if it means believing in something others might not. (53k words) Available on Payhip https://payhip.com/b/1rui
(2018) Ever felt like you don’t belong or know who you are? So does Katrina. After an incident in elementary school earns her the nickname The Terror, she decides to adopt the moniker and build her entire identity around it, not realizing that she can’t base a life on an identity everyone else defined for her. But after finding a support group of other girls dressed as ghosts, elves and fauns, she decides that perhaps she’s not the only one who isn’t sure who she is. GIRLS ARE BAD AT MATH is a surreal story about identity, and what to do when you realize you don’t know what yours is. (35k words) Available to buy at https://payhip.com/b/eXAH
Here you can click on each item and read more about them, along with links to them if you wish to buy them at my Payhip! These products (aside from my Patreon) are basically my only source of income, so if you like my content, want to help produce more of it or just want to be nice and support your favorite locally sourced depressed lesbian, then maybe check this stuff out? I have a lot more novels and such in the works too!